Dancing With The Stars “Most Memorable Year” Fan Chat, 8 pm est

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SAN DIEGO, October 9, 2017 – The remaining celebrities dance down memory lane and celebrate a time in their lives that left a lasting impression on a fan favorite theme night, “Most Memorable Year” on “Dancing with the Stars” Monday, October 9.


Dancing down memory lane on Monday’s ‘Dancing With The Stars’


Viewers will see:

  • Jordan Fisher celebrating 2005, which was when he was officially adopted by his grandparents;
  • Nick Lachey re-living 2011, which was the year he married Vanessa Lachey;
  • Vanessa dancing to 2016, the year son Phoenix was born prematurely;
  • Nikki Bella revisiting 2015 when she had to go through a possible career-ending surgery to mend her broken neck; and
  • Victoria Arlen celebrates her triumph over being paralyzed and dancing on the show this season.

Each couple will perform a jazz, jive, quickstep, Viennese waltz, contemporary, foxtrot or rumba, vying for America’s vote.


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